About the event

Direct Booking Summit

What is the Direct Booking Summit?

The Direct Booking Summit is the world’s first and largest direct booking event, attracting revenue managers and decision makers from hotels across the globe. This is truly the most comprehensive arena available to discuss the challenges facing hoteliers today.

Over the course of two days, we bring our delegates talks and workshops from over 25 industry experts on topics ranging from negotiating with OTAs to digital marketing tips, and everything in between. This year’s line-up is a hand-picked selection of carefully curated content, all delivered with empowering the hotelier in mind.

Come to the summit to benchmark, strategise, and network with likeminded professionals – and walk away with invaluable knowledge. Unlike any other event or expo, our sole focus is to empower the hotelier to take back control of their online presence.

This is the Direct Booking Summit’s third year after launching in 2016.

Where does the event take place?

This year’s events are taking place in Amsterdam on the 27th-28th June 2018 and Dallas on the 3rd-4th October 2018. We are hosting our first ever Asia-Pacific event in Q1 2019 in Singapore.

In previous years we have taken the event to Barcelona, New York, London and Washington D.C.

Find out more about Amsterdam

Find out more about Dallas

Find out more about Singapore

Where can I find information from previous events?

You can check out the agenda from last year’s American summit right here. Looking for something more visual? Take a look at the curated galleries from our 2017 events in New York and Barcelona. Or, if you want to see it for yourself, take a look at highlights from previous years below.

Who runs the Direct Booking Summit?

The Direct Booking Summit is lovingly organised by Triptease. At Triptease, we believe that Direct is Best. We started the Direct Booking Summit back in 2016 as a way to bring hoteliers together under one movement. Since then, the Direct Booking Movement has grown and grown, with hoteliers going from strength to strength in their fight to win back bookings from the OTAs.